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Today's poem is "Approaching Thunder"

from the Southern Review

Amaud Jamaul Johnson is the author of Red Summer (2006), selected by Carl Phillips as winner of the 2004 Dorset Prize. A former Wallace Stegner Fellow at Stanford and graduate of the Cave Canem Workshop, his poems appear or are forthcoming in Quarterly West, Indiana Review, Virginia Quarterly Review, New England Review, and elsewhere. He teaches at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Books by Amaud Jamaul Johnson: Red Summer

Other poems on the web by Amaud Jamaul Johnson:
Six poems
"The Lost Sea"

About the Southern Review:
Poets in this issue: J. T. Barbarese, Ralph Black, Michelle Boisseau, Tara Bray, Gaylord Brewer, Christopher Buckley, Elizabeth Cox, Robert Dana, Jim Daniels, Adam O. Davis, Gregory Djanikian, Jan Freeman, Frank X. Gaspar, Jeff Hardin, David Huddle, Amaud Jamaul Johnson, Robert Jones, David Kirby, Kathryn Kirkpatrick, Matthew Ladd, Sydney Lea, Thomas Lynch, Wilmer Mills, Susan Blackwell Ramsey, Stephanie Rogers, Cindy St. John, Marjan Strojan, Theodore Worozbyt

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